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12-14-2012, 11:42 AM
I got to trade my '99 4Runner for a FJ40 the hard way recently (wife rolled it), and I have same parts that I no longer have any use for.
SR5 fender flares (the thick black plastic ones)
Satoshi grille minus expanded steel and paint with a wooden buck to make a very factory-looking grille.
Owners manual w/sleeve
Accepting any reasonable offers.
12-14-2012, 11:49 AM
Also a screen for the tailgate window with velcro (you'll have to surround your window with velcro). We made it for camping, used it once and the velcro is only stapled on, but a few minutes with a needle and thread will make it look pretty nice.
12-15-2012, 04:43 PM
12-16-2012, 12:12 PM
PM Rec'd, responded. Additional parts located: cigarette lighter, rear seat hinge covers. All interior bits are oak.
One corner on the cargo cover is broken off. It doesn't affect how it fits in the holders.
Rear seat hinge covers. I picked up a pair at Jim's shortly before the wreck, so they all have all their tabs and very few scratches.
Here's the hardware for the fender flares minus the foam padding and the sticky rubber protection sheet stuff (though a sample of each is included for reference in replacement).
Flares. They're a little dirty, but not really scratched much.
Front mud flaps.
Rear window screen you'll need to get some quality adhesive velcro (hook side) to attach to the window frame. I got some good stuff at McGuckins. Also, owners manual in sleeve and factory tire iron and jack (I didn't pull the other handles or the jack from the wreck).
Cargo cover and Satoshi in progress.
A note on that: the wooden buck is carved to mimic the curve of the section that is cut out. Typically what I've seen in the Satoshi mods has been a flat sheet of expanded steel zip tied to the back of the grille. It looks OK from 20', but that's about it. With the buck, you cut a sheet of expanded steel to approximate size, screw it down in a few places, and bend it over the edges. Then use a cutoff wheel to trim it even to about a cm deeper than the buck, and tack a few welds at the corners. Paint, and the result will be a grille with a curve to it so it looks completely factory.
12-17-2012, 11:21 AM
12-21-2012, 02:31 PM
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